No matter how many times you have been to Paris there is always something to do. If you have never been before the must-do list includes; Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, The Opera, Bateaux Mouches, L’Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre, Champs Elysees, Notre Dame and St Michel. After you have hit the must do list there are endless museums, galleries, great shopping and fantastic neighbourhoods to explore.
Nutmeg’s favourites include:
- The top of the Centre de George Pompidou (if you do not want to see the exhibits, pay 3Euros to go to the top floor for the view)
- Le Marais and Place des Vosges (great narrow streets, boutiques and small cafes)
- St Germain de Pres and 6th Arrondissement (not as busy as St Michel with some great streets to get lost in)
- Hotel Costes (great people watching)
- Musee Rodin
The metro and bus system is easy to use, or just get out and walk.
When you are in Paris download a copy of this handy GPS guided App for your smartphone with all sorts of self-guided walking options for the City of Lights.
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